Uncovered: The War on Iraq (Full Version)

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In this examination of the United States government’s case for the 2003 invasion of Iraq, filmmaker Robert Greenwald provides compelling evidence that the Bush administration misled American citizens in the run-up to war. Crosscutting interviews with CIA analysts, weapons inspectors and military brass with press conferences and speeches from Donald Rumsfeld, Condoleezza Rice and former President Bush, the film paints a thought-provoking picture.

 

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Michael Shermer: The Believing Brain (Full Version)

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On June 9, 2011, the Center for Inquiry-New York City and NYC Skeptics hosted noted skeptic and bestselling author Michael Shermer for a talk about his new book, “The Believing Brain: From Ghosts and Gods to Politics and Conspiracies—How We Construct Beliefs and Reinforce Them as Truths.” The event was held at the Auditorium on Broadway. This is the full video, including both the talk and question-and-answer session.

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2 comments to Michael Shermer: The Believing Brain (Full Version)

  • what about an update from Jesse Ventura. and crossing the orange line at area 51 ?

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  • I would describe this guy as a religious fanatic – he professes to be a skeptic, but he believes everything that is mainstream, not because he has researched – but rather because he simply rejects, or distorts information which conflicts with his incredibly robust internal description of reality. He has a fanatical level of belief, in cultural norms, a totally irrational human being who is afraid of being different.

    How about actually using the scientific method, rather than believing scientific dogma. The power of science is the process, not the institutions – those have become over run by money, self importance and fear of being different.

    I believe three things, I observe, remember and reason – beyond that I have models of reality with various levels of certainty, some strong enough to modify my behavior, others purely speculative. This guy is a complete joke.

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